IZotope Ozone 4 Released
Ozone is designed to give you the tools you need to master your projects in one integrated plug-in.
According to iZotope, Ozone 4 features a redesigned and streamlined interface, a new "Intelligent II" Loudness Maximizer mode, and new power in mid/side processing.
Ozone 4 combines seven mastering processors into one system.
Ozone's IRC Loudness Maximizer is designed to give you commercial volume and fullness without distorting or coloring your mix. An eight band Paragraphic EQ combines linear phase precision with "the warmth and character of analog equalizers" and lets you match your mix to reference tracks. Multiband Dynamics, Harmonic Exciter and Stereo Imaging tools are designed to add depth and polish to your music.
More details on Ozone 4 on the Ozone page.
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